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19 November 2018: Inside the Palestinian Territories Israeli soldiers fired tear gas on those demanding basic rights for journalists
26 June 2015: First launched in 1927 the IFJ international press card is an instantly and internationally recognisable professional ID.
13 April 2014: Conference at Eastbourne voted against a motion supporting a boycott of all Israeli goods, but supported one condemning the treatment of Palestinian journalists by the Israeli authorities.
29 October 2013: A bilingual press card – in Welsh and English – is now available to NUJ members in Wales.
29 October 2013: Neil Taylor is the first NUJ member to have a dual-language version of the press card.
7 August 2013: NUJ backs Palestinian journalists' petition calling for freedom of movement and recognition of press cards.
11 February 2012: Michelle Stanistreet, NUJ general secretary, has described a proposal by Paul Dacre, editor-in-chief of the Daily Mail, for the introduction of an industry press card as "ridiculous".
8 February 2012: The plan by Daily Mail editor Paul Dacre to issue journalists with revocable licences has been ridiculed by journalists and their union.
1 February 2012: Leicestershire Police today withdrew the badge scheme for journalists attending the demonstration on Saturday, after successful NUJ protests.
20 April 2011: NUJ intervention has brought an undertaking that the Lancashire Constabulary will not be issuing their own press passes again.